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A Cheng and his prose pieces "Three kings" (San wang)
Černý, Jáchym ; Andrš, Dušan (advisor) ; Lomová, Olga (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on three prose pieces Qí wáng (King of Chess, 1984), Shù wáng (King of Trees, 1985) and Háizi wáng (King of Children) written by A Chéng (阿城, born 1949), commonly referred as Three Kings (Sān wáng). These prose pieces, which were originally published in periodicals and received a wide recognition both from readers and critics, will be introduced in historical and literary context and analyzed in terms of meaning and genre. The thesis applies Forrest Ingram's methodological approach of analyzing "short story cycles" and asks to what extent are these three stories interconnected as a whole. Main focus of Ingram's method is analyzing the static and dynamic patterns in short story cycles. This thesis therefore considers various aspects ranging from characters, language, contemporary context as well as elements of traditional culture the works refer to. The aim of this thesis is find the dynamic patterns and thus to look at A Cheng's prose pieces as a possible short story cycle.
The Interwar Czechoslovak Perceptions of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk's Reforms
Černý, Jáchym ; Vojtěchovský, Ondřej (advisor) ; Scholz, Milan (referee)
This bachelor thesis is focused on reformist policy of first Turkish president Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. The contemporary Czechoslovak reflection of these reforms in diplomatic correspondence and principal newspapers is examined. The frequency of articles about Atatürk's reforms is outlined in introduction by examination of several chosen newspapers during October and November 1933, when the Republic of Turkey celebrated its 10th anniversary. The second chapter follows republican reforms and divides them into larger blocks by their subject instead of chronological order. In the third chapter the overall Czechoslovak reflection on a sample of diplomatic dispatches sent by delegates from Turkey and daily press is examined. Articles are chosen from main journals with preferably nationwide impact. In the analysis of articles, he focus is given on those with critical and evaluative features. The analysis aims to reveal the contemporary discourse about Atatürk's reforms. In a wider approach, this thesis studies image of Turks as they were pictured in diplomatic reports and papers of interwar Czechoslovakia.

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